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FRAMINGHAM 
STATE COLLEGE 
DIAL VOL, 66 




EDITOR IN CHIEF 
TREASURER 

PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR 
SPORTS EDITOR 
ART EDITOR 
CONTRIBUTING HELP 



KELLEY A. WHITE 

REBECCA GELLER 

JOHN R. DAVIS 

CHRIS BRYANT 

VAN DEHART 

MARK WATERS 

GREG VALENTINI 

MARIE HETT 

JANET CHAFFE 

BRIAN BO NZOLLI 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES RM. 406 

MEDIA CENTER 

MANY THANKS TO ALL THAT HELPED. ENJOY. 



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Framingham State College's Fall Sandbox XVI was a smash! All the State Street entrances were closed off due to 
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HOMECOMING 




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MAY HALL 






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CHRISTMAS COTILLION WAS 
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SUAB Beach Weekend had fun-filled adven- 
tures at the "beach"! One of the highlights was 
"The Dating Game". This was a chance to take a 
date with your winner. The woman or man of 
your dreams. 




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STOMPERS 
CONCERT 



THE QUICKEST 
SELLOUT. THE EAR- 
LY SHOW WAS A 
SMASH. THE LATE 
SHOW WAS SOLD 
OUT IN 7 HOURS. 
THIS WAS THE 
QUICKEST AND 
FIRST SELLOUT, 
THIS WAS THE 



FIRST CONCERT 
TO BE HELD IN THE 
NEW STATE 
STREET STATION 
SNACK BAR. ALL 
FRAMI NGH AM 
STATERS WERE 
ROCKIN ON WIN- 
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MODERN TOYS 

NIGHTCLUB 83 A HILLTOP PRODUC- 
TION, WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY SAL 
CESARIO WITH MUSIC BY SONGWRITER 
MARK LEIGHTON AND PIECES 




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Framingham, Massachusetts 



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COMEDY NIGHT 

FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE WAS A COMIC SUC 
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GEORGE MCGOVERN 

MARCH 8 1984 AT 730 MR MCGOVERN VISITED FRAMINGHAM STATE AND STATED 
HIS POLITICAL PLATFORM 




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igham State College Activities 



GEORGE MC GOVERN 



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STUDENT DIVERSION 

Coffee House had increased student involve- 
ment to non-alcoholic events by adding come- 
dians, dance bands, and a get away from stu- 
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DAY CARE PROGRAM 




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SMILE. 




GELLO WRESTLING WAS A WRESTLESS 
EVENING TO JUGGLE AND GELL IN THE 
GELLO WITH YOUR COMPETITOR GREAT 

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ARTHUR G. CHAVES 



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ROBERT GRA NT 



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CATHERINE IZUMI 



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ADMISSIONS OFFICE 



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FINANCIAL AID OFFICE 



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BEAR 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes . . . 
Class of 1984 



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Patricia Ahern 



Tracy Alakel 



Marianne Alfonso 



Mark Anderson 




Tamra Arnold 



Natalie Aufieri 



Mark Avadian 



William Ayotte 




Julia Bachman 



Sandra Balzer 



Shari Bangma 



Brian Barnhart 




Diane Barr 




Donna Bassett 




Shelley Bartosewcz 



Cynthia Bean 



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Nancy Bedrosian 



Lori Belliveau 



Paula Belliveau 



Peter Belocas 




Sandra Bemis 



Jane Benson 



Stephen Bentley 



Slvia Bernstein 




Elaine Blethen 



Robert Bolduc 



Brian Bonnazoli 



Nancy Brabants 



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David Bradway 



Lyn Branco-Peterson 



Donald Bravo 



Bronwyn Bresnahen 




Laurie Briere 



Jane Broderick 



Michelle Brodeur 



Deverne Brown 




Valeri A. Cafasso 



Donald Cahoun 



Theresa Calore 



Scott J. Bamilleri 



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Joanne M. Canavan 



Elizabeth Chapman 



Janet Chaffee 



Maureen Caulfield 




Diane M. Carney 



Lisa Cardinal 



Joseph L. Carchedi 



Kathleen Carberry 



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Edward Caracino 



Michael Carpozzi 



Michael Cloud 



Terri Cogliano 




Michelle Colarusso 



Joseph M. Collins 



Mary Conney 



Catherine Connelly 



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Therese Connolly 



Jennifer Corcoran 



Karen Cullen 




Sally Connors 



Cynthia Conti 



Robert Cooper 




Charlene Costigan 



Jeanne Cronin 



Carrie Ann Croteau 




Geoffrey A. Cuneo 



Margaret Cunningham 



Donna Daigneault 

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Carleen Daly 



Barbara Daniels 



Christine Darsigny 



John Davis 



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Tina Desuglielmo 



Marie Deshaies 



Stephen Devine 





Cathi Diiulio 



Sharon Doble 



James Donovan 



Shiela Donovan 




Susan E. Donovan 



Peter Doucette 



Christine Dougherty 



Frances Dowdaitis 




Ann-Marie Downey 



Carolyn J. Drobot 



Suzanne Dubois 



Julie Dugrenier 



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Anthony Gagliano 



Mary Ellen Gancartz 



Lisa Gates 



Maureen Gearin 




Richard Ferrari 



Barbara Fitzgerald 



Jennifer Flynn 



Kevin Foley 




James Ford 



Kristina E. Foss 



Rebecca Geller 



John Ginetti III 




John Giombetti 



Terrence Gleshias 



Joyce Glowik 



Janet Goering 



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Anna Greene 




Carolyn Griffin 



Judith Grohe 



Janice Grzyb 



Dana Guidice 




Debora Hamlin 



Catherine Hanley 



Lawrence Havener 



Patricia Hayes 




James R. Henrickson 



Frederick Hickey 



Donald Hitching 



Karen L. Holmes 



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Richard Heaps 



Patricia Anne Hebert 



Jeanne Hoover 



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Gail Howell 



Deborah Hussey 



Shawn Huston 



Andrea Iacono 




Muhammed P. Ighile 



Robert Julio 



Christina Jackson 



Holly Johnson 



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James Kean Jr. 



Louise H. Johnson 




Anne Kelley 



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Pauline Kowalczyk 



Pamela Kruse 



Kevin Kujanpaa 



Elanor Kula 




Sharon La Fankie 



Maura J. Landers 



Christopher Landry Paul LeBlanc 




Mark Letenore 



Lydia Liano 



Pamela Lisak 



Dorothy Lombardi 



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Combardo Massimo 



Constantine Lopes 



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Suanne Lyons 




Anne Marie Macozek 



Sandra Maddocks 



Karen Maher 



Lisa Maier 




Janice Mandella 



Peter Manguso 



John Marcelonis 



Michael Markeri 




Jane Matheson 



Lawrence V. McCarthy 



Susan MacDonald 



Karen A. McDounough 



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Tracie L. McDonald 



Michael McLaughlin 



Amy McNulty 



James McPherson 




Gianna Melone 



Susan Miano 



Marcia Mills 



Moira Mills 




Cynthia Monteiro 



Jennifer Moore 



Elaine Morel 



Catherine Morgan 



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Dana Morrow 



Debra Morrow 



Rita Mulligan 



Patricia Mullin 




Glenn Mullins 



Tara Murphy 



Nancy Murzyn 



Frederick W. Nataly 




Sharon Nelson 



Pamela Jean Ness 



Susan Netto 



Jan Newcomb 





Susan Page 



Alayne Palmer 



Angela Papotta 



Doreen Paris 




Michael Parrett 



Robert Pateu 



Jane C. Pattavina 



Sharon Pelley 




Jeanette Persiani 



AnnMarie Peters 



Christine Petherick 



Susan Piper 




MaryLee Poirier 



Elizabeth Pons 



Jean Porter 



David Poster 



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Curtis Pratt 



Joyce Rando 



Mary Jo Raymond 



Catherine Reale 




Elizabeth Reilly 



Michael Resmini 



Catharine Rile 



Janice Richardson 




Owen Richardson 



Mary F. Riley 



Cheryl Robison 



Patricia Roche 




Mecedes Rodman 



Laura Rolincik 



Joanne Ruel 



Christopher Ryan 



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Joanna Scianna 



Brenda Scott 



Karen St. Michel 



Martin Stolz 





James Strand 



Lauri L. Strolz 



Ernest A. Stocker III 



Catharine Sullivan 




Mary Sullivan 




Polly 


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Kathleen A. Spencer 



Mary Stanton 



Dayna Starrett 



Rebecca Stauffer 



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Andrea Saloman 



Beth Sandler 



Diane Saragosa 



Kenneth Sargent 




Donna Schabowski 



Sarah Schipul 



Donald Schmidt 



Anne Schofield 




Karen Seaman 



Anne Shayes 



Janet Sherman 



Rhonda Skeete 




Noel Skerry 



Suznne Slattery 



Claudia Stecker 



Ginger Stillman 



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Carolyn M. Sage 



Maria Stein 



Patricia Smith 



Judith Soma 




Lorrai Sopchockai 



Victoria Tang 



Janice Taylor 



Susan Treacy 




Marjorie Tomao 



Virginia Tiberio 



Marci Tor 



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Valerie Tochio 



Elizabeth M. Torrey 



Christine V. Tsinzo 



Charl Turner Orsini 




Linnea Tutuny 



Nancy Ulrich 



Bonita L. Valente 



Deborah Van Neste 




Christina Van Beaver 



Luc Verrept 



Stephen R. Vigeant 



Janice Voltz 




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Margaret Waldron 



Mary Walsh 



Shane Walsh 



Lynn Walter 



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Tracey Ware 



Mark Waters 



Jayne Wheeler 



Beth Ann White 




Sheila White 



Donna Wiersma 



Stephen Wilkins 



Mary Williams 




Robin Winkler 



Martha Winstanley 



Nancy Wolkovich 



Argella Ximines 




Lisa Yusikones 



Nora Youssoufian 



leannette Yozura 



Jeanne Zalewsk 



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Richard Zakarian 




Paul Zerbinopoulos 




Richard Zwonik 



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In Memory Of, 

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Clouds, they're all I see 

They're calling me 

Catch me if you can. 

Dreams, they're part of me 

They're telling me 

To live, to watch them grow. 

For Dreams are like evergreen 

They live, they never die, 

My dreams, they're like the evergreen 

They live not to question why. 
Life, its not a game 
I'm not the same 
As I was, years ago. 
I've never learned how to give 
I've learned how to live 
My dreams that grow and grow. 

For dreams are like the evergreen 

They live, they never die. 

My dreams, they're like the evergreen. 

They live not to question why? 

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Football 




The FSC Ram Football Team, under second year coach Tom Kelley, finished with a 3 and 6 
record for the second consecutive year. As has been the case for the past few seasons, the Rams 
fielded one of the best defensive units in the New England Football Conference. However, FSC 
was played by untimely turnovers too often on offense thus accounting for their losing record. 

The Ram's defensive squad was led by linebackers John Calder, Joe Morahan, Ed Sybertz and 
Scott Camilleri, all of whom will be unfortunately lost to graduation. Also shining on "D" for 
FSC were linemen Joe Cuneo, Chris Horblit and Steve Oakes along with a solid defensive 
backfield consisting of Ed Tamuleviz, Joe Collins and Bill Congdon. 

Offensively, FSC was again setback by a rash of injuries, key consistent performers were Jim 
Leonard, Jim Bounopane, Steve MeGee and Mike Alves. Co-Captain John Calder was named 
MVP and Joe Morahan received the Unsung Hero award. 







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The FSC Field Hockey Team was caught in a rebuilding year with a 1 and 16 record. 
However; the losing record does not reflect the hardwork which this small squad exemplified. 
Often times there just weren't enough players to field an entire team. 

MVP and goalie Shelly Cummings along with Unsung Hero Donna Cummings were solid 
contributors throughout the campaign. Jodi Rafus and Jean Lagos also came through with fine 
efforts to keep things in perspective. Hopefully, a larger turnout, along with hard work, will 
reinstate the winning tradition of FSC Field Hockey. 







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The FSC Cross Country Team finished their fall campaign with an overall record of 3 and 7. 
Head Coach Ned Price's young squad lost several close meets and could have easily finished 
with a winning record with a little luck. 

The Ram's received a super year from John O'Neil, who was their MVP and Charlie Yates, 
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Women's Tennis 



Although their record did not show it, the FSC's Women's Tennis Team had a lot of heart. 
Going into their final match of the year, the squad emerged with a hard fought victory. They 
averted a winless year when they edged E. Narazene 5-4. 

MVP Tina Turner played consistently all season for the Rams as did Unsung Hero Laura 
Andrew. Lee McElroy was a solid performer throughout the Rams difficult schedule. With a 
young team returning, it is a hopeful thought that the Women's Team at FSC will be on the 
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Men's Tennis 



For the first time in six years, the FSC Men's Tennis Team finished with a winning record, 
The Ram's were 6-5 overall and 3-4 MASCAC play. 

Key racqueteers for Coach John Petz were MVP Bill Mercure and Unsung Hero Jim Cooley. 
Bob Pemberton and Bob McDonald also played stellar all year for the Ram's. The future looks 
bright for Men's Tennis once again at FSC. 







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Women's Soccer although it is fairly a new sport at FSC, finished with the program's first 
winning record ever, a fine 7 and 4 mark. After a slow start, this hardworking team dug down 
and won their last 5 games of the season while outscoring their opponents by a 28 to 6 margin. 

The Ram's had several steady scorers with Donna Delprete, Maureen McPhee and Maria 
Kelly leading the way. Other consistent performers were MVP Barbara Caravan, Lucia 
Marjanski and netminder Bridgett Kane. 

Head Coach Dave Laliberty has done a great job with this new sport and look for continued 
success for FSC's Women's Soccer. 




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After a rocky start, the Men's Soccer Team rebounded to win 3 out of their last 7 to wind up 
with a 4-10-1 overall record. First year Coach Alan Nynn has improved the integrity of soccer 
atFSC 

Outstanding performers throughout the year were MVP Greg Allen fullback Neil Touzjian 
and forward Mike Basegain. Adam Tocci was chosen as the team's Unsung Hero. Goaltenders 
Mike Morgan and Brian Sullivan should also be commended for their solid efforts between the 
pipes last fall. Look for continued improvement in FSC soccer during upcoming years. 








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Women's Volleyball 

The FSC Volleyball Team endured a rough season, but you can't fault the dedication and 
hustle exemplified by this hard working squad. Throughout a vigorous schedule, this team 
gave 100 percent although their overall record does not reflect this. 

MVP Janet Ware and Unsung Hero Mandy Branigan were mainstays all year for the Rams. 
FSC also received solid contributions from Mary Ann Stefanelli, Janine Marguand, Janice 
Tibbetts and Erica Jacoby. 

With most of the squad expected to return, along with the experience gained, next year 
could prove to be a profitable one for FSC Volleyball. 









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Hockey 



The 1983-84 FSC Hockey Team finished their season with a respectable 8-8-1 Division III 
record and 8-15-1 overall, a big improvement over recent years, Tri-Captains Frank Piso, Jim 
Donavan, and Brian Smith were the most influential as the trio combined for 117 points, 
Donovan was the teams leading scorer finishing with 43. While Piso and Smith finished with 41 
and 33 points respectively. 

Frank Piso, a junior who will captain next years squad was chosen MVP, while Mark 
MacDonald cupped the Unsung Hero Award. Other key performers were defensemen Bobby 
Kerr (22 points), Tim Whitcomb, Rick Samenski, and Kurt Whynot. 

Between the pipes, goalies Mike Burke and Rich Morrisey came through with consistently 
strong performances to keep the opposition at bay. Next year, with only five players graduat- 
ing and eleven lettermen returning, FSC Hockey will once again be forced to keep an eye on. 






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Women's Basketball 

After being forced to suspend the program last year, FSC Women's Basketball returned in 
full swing in 1983-84 although they had to endure a long grueling season. Although finishing 
with an overall record of 1 and 22, the program appears to be headed for greener pastures. 

MVP and Captain Maureen MacPhee exemplified that though hard work and dedication, 
you can still have fun even without winning. Unsung Hero Laurie Baird also played solid 
two-way basketball during this difficult campaign. 

Well, now that FSC Women's Basketball has been reinstated, the future can only be brighter. 






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Men's Basketball 



Where do you start? 27 consecutive victories? An overall record of 24-22? A number 2 
ranking in the nation's poll? Or how about FSC'S first All American, Mark Van Valkenburg? 
Whichever way you look at it, the FSC' Ram's Basketball Team enjoyed their finest season ever 
and it could not have possibly been more exciting!! 

Time and time again, the Rams, behind their All American scoring machine Mark Van 
Valkenburg, pulled out clutch victories enroute to their amazing record of 24-2. Only a loss to 
Clark in the Northeast Regional Final averted the Rams of having a shot at the National 
Championship, which was certainly within reach!! 

Other key ingrediants to this superb team were Angel Grullon, Tony Barry, Chudi Ekpuno- 
bi and Marvin Satson. Grullon, a slick playmaking guard always seemed to make the right play. 
Two other sophomores Tony "Ice Tea" Barry and Chudi Ekpunabi were steady performers all 
season at both ends of the court. Marvin Sutson, always came through when his number was 
called. He should prove to be a Ram player to be reckoned with in the future. 

Another critical reason why this team faired so well was because of their super coach Bruce 
Grealey and his assistant Phil "Bubba" Arsenault. These two fine individuals got the most out 
of the Rams while still making the fun for the players. 

Well, whichever way you look at it, the 1983-84 FSC Basketball Team rose to the occasion 
and overcame all expectations to provide this school with more fun and excitement than ever 
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Mark Van Valkenburg indeed belongs in a class of his own. The unstoppable All Americai 
ended his illustrious FSC hoop career as the school's all-time leading scorer and rebounder. In 
becoming FSC's first-ever All American, Mark finished first in the country scoring with a 30.3 
average per game and was second in the nation with a 66.8% field goal percentage. Marks 
accomplishments deserve special recognition as a player of his caliber rarely comes around. In 
fact, Mark raised enough eyebrows to be drafted by the World Champion Boston Celtics, the 
first ever at FSC. 

Once again, Thanks Mark and the rest of the FSC hoop team for a truly remarkable and 
unforgettable season. 






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Softball 




The 1984 FSC Softball team under first-year coach Jeanne O'Donnel finished with a decep- 
tive overall record of 5 and 13. Although their record does not reflect how competitive this 
young squad really was, the Rams lost several tight ballgames and with a few breaks could have 
finished with a winning record. 

Co-Captain and MVP Maureen McPhee provided the team with the leadership both on and 
off the field as did Jean Lagos, the Ram's other Co-Captain. Beth Kerriagan also played a key 
role for FSC with solid play in the outfield, consistent pitched when needed and aggressive 
hitting. 

Other Rams deserving recognition are pitcher Sue Nichols, catcher Helene Walls, DH Sue 
Ayalian and centerfielder Heidi Kalweit. With no seniors on this years team, next year should 
provide even more action, excitement and success!!! 







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The 1983-84 FSC Baseball Team enjoyed a successful season even though they did not reach 
the .500 mark. Second-year coach Bob Sannicandro appears to have restored pride once again 
to Ram Baseball. FSC lost several close ballgames, but have shown that Ram baseball is here to 
stay. 

MVP's Mike Sarno and Adam Frattasio were key players during FSC's fieree, competitive 
schedule. Co-Captain Keith Manning also came through with several clutch hits over the 
season while handling the catching chores as well. Speed demon Steve McGee was chosen as 
Unsung Hero and along with Mark Munte, Frank Malzone, Bill Mago, Jeff Hart, Tom Winand, 
Bill Rose, and Kevin Bonnyman all returning, FSC Baseball appears to be headed in the right 
direction. 






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Equestrian Team 



The FSC Equestrian Team had a very successful show season this year. Every member of the 
team has pinned consistently at the horse shows. Candy Ransom won her class at the Smith 
College Show receiving the only blue ribbon for FSC this year. 

Wendy Cicciu was quite successful over fences in the Novice Division and Dawn Zebry 
qualified for the Regional Finals which were held at the University of Connecticut. Dawn was 
the first rider in five years to qualify in the regionals. 

Co-Captain Joanna Hennessey moved up two divisions this year alone. Candy Ransom, Dawn 
Zebry, Mary Beaudoin, Lisa Tuthill, and Jeanette Georgopaulos each received enough points 
to move up to next divisions. 

Team Captain Carol Besgen has moved out of advanced Walk Trot Center Division. 




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Dedication to Norman Benrimo: 

For all your hard work and support you gavej| 

to the staff and Thank You Norman for the 

terrific photos and super color. 

We appreciate all your support. 

Good Luck in the future, and the staff of 1984 

"Dial" says 

Muchos Gracias Amigo 
Your friends, "Dial' 




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